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Marking personal achievements and reporting on successful outcomes both featured in Identitywa’s 2020/21 Annual Report

  • Posted on 1 December 2021

Identitywa’s Annual Report has now been published, reflecting on the many achievements of another significant year for the people we support and Identitywa.

It was wonderful to report on the many goals reached by the people we support as they participated in their communities, contributing their skills and talents.  The AR also included feedback from families captured in our yearly surveys.  These surveys are designed to capture
our families’ and carers’ experience of using Identitywa services and supports, identifying what they consider most important. We also
seek to determine whether we are meeting their needs and identifying areas we should focus on to continue delivering our high levels
of support.

Board Chair Graeme Mander and Chief Executive Officer Marina Re’s contributions outlined key outcomes and the growth of Identitywa at a time of some unpredictability in the sector due to the impact of COVID 19.

“A significant focus for the Board over the past 18 months has been in property and planning,” wrote Graeme.

“This focus began with the endorsement of the Housing Strategy in 2019. In the last financial year, following a Strategic Planning workshop, the Board endorsed a commitment to provide accommodation and new housing.

“To date, there has been excellent progress with six homes either about to commence or under construction and a further five in the planning stage.”

CEO Marina Re’s report included the launch of Identitywa’s 2020 – 2025 Strategy, which she explained will guide the agency over the next five years.

“This new plan is focussed on optimising what we currently do, growing our service offerings, and being innovative with new ways of achieving excellent outcomes,” wrote Marina.

“The focus is across three main service areas: Specialised Disability Accommodation, Individualised Living Options, and Individual Supports.”

Click here to download the 2020/21 Annual Report.


Identitywa is one of WA’s leading agencies supporting people with disability to live the life they choose.  With a strong commitment to Person Centred Active Support, staff work in partnership with participants to explore, plan and design support options to suit their individual needs.  For information about our services go to www.identitywa.com.au or call 9474 3303.

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